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Is Good House the greatest song made by a human?
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Why are so many people using prod as a clyp.it version of a soundcloud thread these days? I feel like discussion is ded because everyone just wants people to look at their clyp.its.
also this, when I rarely make an OP, I usually say something about improving the pastebin
Guitar layering, tone and melody was worse than their previous works. Stickles started to sound like a pirate; really tedious vocals. Nothing on it caught my ear or really interested me at all.
Album of the year
>Search and Destroy - The Stooges
No meme choices i.e. AnCo, Aldean, DG, Kanye, Beefheart, Swans etc
I'm bored and procrastinating. If you want something from my library and it isn't 2ez to find somewhere else, request it and I'll upload it.
I'm confused by /mu/'s relationship with pic related. I've been on this board consistently for about a year, and I know it's a giant meme. Honestly, though, I think it's a really great album, and I think a lot of other people think so too. I also think that people on this board rip it and call it a meme because they used to like it and now that it's more popular they want to be better than those newcomers who like it so they trash it. I could be totally wrong, I'm just curious as to the real relationship.
Is it just me or are their songs boring?
Rate, rec, guess, etc.
I'm pulling an all-nighter and I'd appreciate some recommendations to help me get through it.
sorry op i don't have recs for you only listened to DOOM from your chart
maybe you already know it but:
Glenn Branca - the ascension
maybe you already know it but:
UMO - II
musician's you met who were assholes irl
its a song that you can listen to when your are sad and lonely as you wish you could have a perfect day with that one QT but its also a triumphant song you could listen to after you did have a perfect day with someone.
>inb4 ITS ABOUT HEROIN
no its not,it's about a girl
When it comes to rock music I listen mostly to dad rock like Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, and Pink Floyd. And besides that I listen to a lot of the 90's alt or grunge bands like Radiohead and AiC.
When I look at the contemporary rock scene though I don't see any bands that are any good. Everytime someone recommends a band to me, like Deftones, I listen to their music and find it mediocre. But I want some good new rock music, I'm tired of listening to the same old stuff all the time.
tl;dr who are the best newer/contemporary rock bands?
Ever try Death From Above 1979 or Royal Blood? You might like them.
Black Keys are good blues rock, White Stripes and other Jack White projects are great, The Hives are pretty good garage rock stuff, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are as well (try Beat The Devil's Tattoo).
Queens of the Stone Age are awesome also but some of their stuff is a little weirder, Songs for the Deaf would be the best place to start probably.
Kyuss were good too, though they're not active anymore. Not sure if you're into that grungy bluesy stoner rock stuff.
Oh and I just thought, if you like The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd, you might also dig The Flaming Lips, Foxygen and Pepper Rabbit. They all take some influence from that 60s & 70s rock/psych rock/pop stuff.
I agree with these recommendations. If you like the 90s rock bands you'll definitely like Royal Blood. They're clearly influence by those bands but still have their own unique sound.
Also if you're into blues rock then I highly recommend Joe Bonamassa and Gary Clark Jr.
Post your current top 10 UK artists.